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First Grading Periodic Test

PRACTICAL RESEARCH I Test B


First Semester - S.Y. 2017-2018
NAME: ___________________________________________________ YEAR & SECTION: ________________ SCORE: /50

I. Directions: Read the RESEARCH ABSTRACT given and answer the questions that follow. Choose
your answer from the items inside the text box. (10 points)
Abstract
The study sought to explore patients' motivations and expectations for dental implants. In this study
a single-setting, qualitative research through an exploratory design was utilized through semi-structured,
telephone interviews were conducted with nine patients who had consulted a restorative dental
practitioner with an interest in implantology about the possibility of replacing their missing teeth with
dental implants. Interview transcripts were subjected to thematic analysis to identify relevant themes.
The study revealed that the main theme to emerge was 'normality' and that participants expected
implants to restore their oral-related quality of life to 'normal'. It was concluded that patients' belief that
dental implants are just like natural teeth could be cause for concern if it leads them to treat them as
such, and thereby not follow the recommended specialist care they require. The findings emphasize the
importance of good dental practitioner-patient communication in assessing expectations of treatment
and outcomes.

Motivations and Expectations for Dental Implants Positivist Approach Semi-structured Interviews
Dental Health Quantitative Research Normality Implantology
Naturalistic Approach Correlational Research Design Abnormality Plantology
Exploratory Research Design Qualitative Research Patients Belief on Implants Thematic Analysis

1. What is being examined in the study?


2. What is the approach used in the study?
3. What is the method used in gathering the data?
4. What type of research is used in the study?
5. What type of analysis was used in the data?
6. What is the main theme emerged in the study?
7. What is the type of research design used in the study?
8. The word that refers to the concept of teeth implants.
9. The conclusion reveals this concern on dental implants
10. The importance of the study
II. Directions: Identify who/what is referred by the following items. (10 points)
11. A way of obtaining knowledge.
12. The learning process that motivates a person to obtain knowledge or information about people.
13. Investigating or asking questions that a person is inquisitive about.
14. The knowledge on how to perform a certain task.
15. The process of addressing a solution to ill-defined situations.
16. His pedagogical key consisted in providing the children with experiences of first hand about
conflictive situations, most of the time based on personal experiences.
17. He proposed a method of instruction learning is best achieved through a process of inquiry called
Discovery Learning
18. He presented that the teachers role should be that of facilitator and guide since the teacher
becomes a partner in the learning process who leads students to independently discover meaning
within the subject area.
19. He quoted that the child goes to school to make things: to cook, to sew, to work the wood, and to
make tools through acts of simple construction; and in this context, and like consequence of those
acts it articulates the studies: reading, writing, and calculus.
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20. He coined the word Scaffolding as a process in the Zone of Proximal Development which requires
that an instructor shows by examples how to solve a problem while controlling the learning
environment so that students can take things step by step expanding their base of knowledge to
the fullest potential.

III. Write TRUE if the statement is correct and if FALSE write the correct answer of the underlined word.
(10 points)
21. Several, many, and some are words that make your research topic highly technical.
22. Hard to investigate topics are difficult because they have the available and up-to-date reading
materials to support them.
23. Physical appearance, health condition, mental capacity, needed facility and time allotment are the
personal resources in conducting a research.
24. The effects of an interesting research topic are motivation, enthusiasm, and energy.
25. A course requirement limits you in choosing a research topic.
26. Objectivity refers to a researchers personal involvement that employs feelings and opinions.
27. In qualitative research, the reality is conditioned by societys and peoples intentions.
28. World knowledge is the persons ability to perceive the world from a specific standpoint.
29. Qualitative research focuses on the study of cause and effect relationship in an artificial setting.
30. Qualitative research allows a person to use single approach and method.
IV. Analyze the following research topics and choose the best answer from the text box. (10 points)

ACTION APPLIED PURE DESCRIPTIVE


EXPLORATORY EXPLANATORY CORRELATION

31. The Analysis of Herbal Plants Extracts as Cough Medicine


32. Experiences of Senior Citizens on Old Age Depression
33. A Comparison of Aptitude and Intelligence Among Grade 9 Students
34. A Remediation Program for Non-readers in High School
35. Favorite Teacher Expressions in the Classrom

CASE STUDY ETHNOGRAPHY PHENOMENOLOGY


CONTENT ANALYSIS HISTORICAL ANALYSIS GROUNDED THEORY.

36. A New Conceptual Model on Conflict Management


37. The Ifugaos Way of Leisure
38. Unlocking the Mystery of Depression Among Teens
39. Experiences of Batang Hamog in the Metro
40. The Unexplained Deaths during World War II
V. Directions: Narrow the given idea according to the FUNNELING METHOD. (10 points)

ENVIRONMENT

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RESEARCH QUESTION/S:

Prepared by: ARIEL P. VILLAR, MTII


SHS Teacher